PCSO’s Update

THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (School Walk, Papworth Everard)
12/08/2016 15:00 – 13/08/2016 07:30
Between 1500 HRS on 12/08/2016 and 0730 HRS on 13/08/2016, the victim has had the front and rear number plates of his vehicle stolen by unknown persons. This occurred at a private car park close his home address.

06/08/2016 04:00 – 13/08/2016 19:00
During specified times unknown suspects have gained access to the property through a ground floor kitchen window from the rear garden. Force has been used to damage the lock and unknown suspects have climbed through. Once inside multiple rooms have been accessed to both floors and an untidy search has been completed. Draws and cupboards have been opened and the contents thrown on the floor. Nothing appears to have been stolen and unknown suspects have exited by unlocking the rear patio door to the garden, and walking out via a side passage to the street.

THEFT OF A PEDAL CYCLE (Thistle Green, Swavesey)
14/08/2016 05:15 – 14/08/2016 05:25
Ladies silver mountain bike stolen from outside front of residential property. Unknown make or model.

THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (Stanley Avenue, Orchard Park)
14/08/2016 05:00 – 14/08/2016 05:00
Car has been broken in to and a bag is believed to have been stolen, although not totally confirmed as the victim has not searched the car as does not want to tamper with anything for forensics. Car is a Vauxhall Astra.

THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (Cornell Court, Orchard Park)
13/08/2016 22:30 – 14/08/2016 11:00
Between 22:30 on 13/08/2016 and 11:00 on 14/08/2016 unknown suspects have gained entry into the aggrieved vehicle by unknown means as there are no signs of forced entry. The vehicle is a black coloured Audi A4. The vehicle has been left locked and secure. Suspect have rifled through the vehicle stealing numerous items.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111. Quoting the CF number.

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